Barb's Picks

What's Hot This Week?

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    This Week's Picks...

    Want to see what's hot at Walters Gardens? Check out Barb's Perennial Picks of the Week! This photo flyer shows a select group of perennials that are looking great this week. Don't miss out on these hot items! To view a current availability, click the link below.

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    Hemerocallis 'Double Pardon Me'

    A twist on the old classic! ‘Double Pardon Me' has the same color as its namesake but with dramatically more tepals. Instead of the standard amount of 6 tepals, according to the breeder, these flowers can have as many as 18 tepals.

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    Hemerocallis 'Hungry Eyes'

    5” mauve rose flowers have an orange tint and are contrasted with its wine red eye and matching picotee edge. Consistent rebloomer in our fields, excellent for a daylily with flowers this large.

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    Hemerocallis 'Inkheart'

    Each creamy yellow flower has a crisp, dark purple eye with a matching picotee edge. This is a rebloomer, with flowers appearing well into late summer.

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    Hemerocallis 'Raspberry Eclipse'

    5½” showy flowers are raspberry purple with a lavender purple band. Heavily ruffled, frilly edges highlight the lemon yellow picotee edge.

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    Hemerocallis 'Rock Solid'

    An impressive, reliable daylily in terms of both performance and attractiveness. Light mauve flowers have an extremely wide, dark purple eye and a matching dark purple picotee edge. ‘Rock Solid' has a very high bud count and well branched scapes.

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    Hemerocallis 'Rosy Returns'

    From Dr. Darrel Apps comes the first hardy rose pink everblooming daylily. Rose pink with a deep rose eye-zone and yellow throat. Blooms consistently from June to frost here in Michigan.

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    Hemerocallis 'Star of the North'

    A uniquely shaped daylily. Triangular, pale yellow petals have a large wine purple eye and a razor thin wine purple edge. An improved ‘El Desperado', this variety has a superior flower form, a higher bud count, better branching, rebloom, and earlier bloom season than its predecessor.

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    Hemerocallis RAINBOW RHYTHM® 'Tiger Swirl'

    Huge, 6½” triangular-shaped flowers are light golden yellow with a pronounced raspberry-red eye. Its bottom sepals are smooth, often twisting or curling into a “swirling” motion. A perfect companion to ‘Primal Scream™ and ‘Ruby Spider™.

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